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Leach family, Corston and Ivy Tower
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An imperfect volume containing rough pedigrees of the families of Birt of Llwyndyrys, Blome of Carmarthen, etc., Brigstocke, Parkinson of Crickhowell, Leach of Corston, Vaughan of Golden Grove, etc., Hoare, Browne of Upton, co. Chester, Tenison, Nares, Jones of Fonmon, Thomas of Cwm, Llangynog, Llewellyn of Penlle'r-gaer, Griffies Williams of Llwyn-y- wermwood, Griffiths of Penwern, Llandysul, Charles of Bala, Williams of Gwernyfed and of Tal-y-llyn, co. Brecknock, etc., Thomas of Llanfair, Llandysul, Foley of Ridgeway, Fortescue, Stedman, Spicer, aft. Jones, of Abercothi, and others. The family trees are supported by extracts from printed sources, e.g., J. Foster Alumni Oxonienses . . (Oxford, 1888-1892), from the Golden Grove MS, from ecclesiastical probate records, from private sources, e.g., members of the Brigstocke families and W. G. Stedman Thomas, from family Bibles, from an armorial at Blaenpant written by David Edwards, Rhydygors, circa 1687, from an undated valuation of tenements and lands in the parish of Llanllawthoge, from parish registers of Kidwely, Llandygwydd, Laugharne, Llangyndeyrn, St. Ishmaels, Llanwinio, St. Peter's (Carmarthen), St. Clears, Abergwili, and Croydon, etc. There are also etymological notes on place- and personal names in England and Wales. Among the insets and paste-downs are a letter from John Davies, Lampeter, to [Alcwyn C.] Evans, 1901 (the pedigree of the family of Griffiths of Penwern, Llandysul), and typescript pedigree notes and extracts with additions, 1901, in the hand of W. J. E[vans, Principal of the Presbyterian College, Carmarthen].

Alcwyn C. Evans and others.